Ultra Motorsports is very pleased to offer this iconic classic. This 1967 Lincoln Continental Convertible is priced to sell! 1967 marks the LAST year for the 4-door convertible Continental. 1961-1967 Convertible Lincoln Continentals are not very easy to come by. Their popularity and low production numbers make for a highly desirable collector car. Factory Satin Black exterior w/ Dark Red leather interior is by far the most desirable and collectible color combo in a Lincoln Continental convertible. This particular vehicle is classified as a solid project. There are many positives and certainly a few negatives, but the price is appropriate and allows for the restorer to get into one of these cars for a fraction of the market value. As we list the “issues” with this vehicle, please remember THIS IS A RUNNING AND DRIVING FACTORY BLACK/RED LINCOLN CONTINENTAL CONVERTIBLE! Look at the pictures and think about turning your $15k investment into a $80k dream car. This car is exceptionally original and complete. This is important in a 1967 Lincoln because parts can be difficult to source. The paint on this car is certainly tired. It is tired but primarily original. The body is in fair condition. There are some areas that have been repaired, there are some areas on the rockers that would need repaired. The floors have a few soft spots, but nothing that is unable to be repaired. The chrome on the car has lost its luster and would need restored. The interior is tired and worn. The interior is functioning at the moment, but worn. The dash and door panels are in very reusable condition. The convertible top is in very good condition and appears to have been replaced recently. The top IS WORKING. A working convertible top on a Lincoln is a huge bonus. A few of the windows work, a few of the windows do not work. Non working gadgets and gizmos on a Lincoln are unfortunately part of owning a car like this. The car starts, runs, drives, and stops. We rebuilt the carburetor and fixed the brakes. There is not much history available about the car. The previous owner stated he believed the miles were original. There is an oil change tag on the door form the early 90’s that shows the odometer a few hundred miles less than current. We believe this to be original mileage. The wear on the seats doesn’t appear to be from usage, but rather from age and drying out. Let us focus for a moment on the valuable elements of this vehicle. This is a running and driving 1967 Lincoln Continental Convertible with a working top. This car, while certainly a little bit of a project, could be driven tomorrow. Crowds will certainly gather and thumbs up will be given. Please call our office (260)969-5666 or Rich (260)704-0234 if you would like additional photos, videos, or information. This Lincoln is priced to sell. These vehicles in restored condition routinely fetch $70k-$100k at every auction in the country. Financing is available for this vehicle through JJ Best.